10 Dark Things About The Original Aladdin The Remake Covers Up

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    10 Really Dark Things About The Original Aladdin The Remake "Fixes"
    As much fun as the new Aladdin movie is, there are several notable things that were left out from the original. Stuff that was a little too provocative for 2019. And for that reason, the creators decided that these things had to be, for lack of a better phrase… “fixed”.
    These are 10 Really Dark Things About The Original Aladdin The Remake Covers Up.

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  • MagicMax_Tv
    MagicMax_Tv Day ago +1

    That's even worse xD

  • FlexX Vodka!
    FlexX Vodka! Day ago

    Wtf they censored out the real culture...now it's just americans whit weord clothes...and it isn't fitted to the culture that they depicted...

  • pixie
    pixie 2 days ago

    These changes are actually good.

  • Sumayyah Salahuddin
    Sumayyah Salahuddin 3 days ago

    for brush up your sunday salaam when i heard in the movie Will Smith sing “brush off your friday salaam” i freaked out lol! i was like omg they got it right!! so shoutout to disney for fixing it and making it correct

  • Criminology M.A.
    Criminology M.A. 3 days ago

    The original was a mixture of pre Islamic Arabia, Islamic Persia, and India during mughal occupation. The new movie was very similar except more Indian (oddly Hindu) elements and totally surprising Bollywood dances/influences. While it's correct that the main characters were very American/White (not physically) and that it was built on cultural stereotypes it's not accurate to call it racist (ignoring the exaggerated facial characteristics) though certainly disrespectful. Also the original scene with Jaffar and Jasmine isn't actually alien to Islamic customs, as it's occurred from Spain to India. The Ottomans would have harems of captured "White" women, typically Ukrainian. The Muslims who ruled India did the same, famous example of Deval Devi (Hindu Rajput princess) who was a captured and married off numerous men. So what Jasmine went through wasn't just a racist projection. I like to think that the original is a crude collections of stereotypes while the new one is just a collection of stereotypes with feminism and Bollywood. Love both movies and don't think there's any reason to play the shame game about the producers of the movies or of any culture, we're all humans and have our imperfections, let's learn to appreciate progress rather then remembering the bad.

  • Amy Cheesman
    Amy Cheesman 3 days ago

    None of it needed to be changed...its a movie that pro traded the cultural differences as they are in REAL life ...and again its a movie!!

  • Christine Bey AllRightsReserved

    "Too violent"
    "Too provocative"
    Have they seen what's going on in 2019 TODAY!?
    #MissChristineChronicles #MamaGladysWitThaLongName

  • Lucero Perez
    Lucero Perez 4 days ago

    There's nothing wrong but the point of the cartoon Live action is to see the handsome and not handsome characters !!! What happen here😨😢

  • Lucero Perez
    Lucero Perez 4 days ago

    I'm 25 years old ,and I'm so upset that who ever took a lot of Aladdin action I wish they didn't ...were is the cool Aladdin action ! Ha! ha! ha!!!

  • Mihail Doych
    Mihail Doych 5 days ago

    “Too provocative for 2019”...sigh if it was fine in the 90s, it should be fine now. Some people have just become way too sensitive and get offended by everything

  • Rasfa
    Rasfa 5 days ago

    ALL fkn nonsense

  • acxa108
    acxa108 5 days ago

    I personally *loved* the stronger character development from Jasmine.

  • The Music Girl
    The Music Girl 5 days ago +1

    So, people are probably going to hate me after this, but, I realized that most kids movies now are all, GIRL POWER!!! And I get it, but, shouldn’t they’re be an equal amount of girl AND boy power? Also, FYI, I’m a girl, not a boy. Anyway, I feel like we’re focusing on girls too much now. It used to be boys are better. Now, girls are about to take that place, if you get what I mean. Why can’t people just say, “we have equal value, let’s move on with our lives now.” But females, in general, are pushing it further and are STILL trying to prove their worth for pretty much no reason at all! It was already proved. End of story. Sorry if this sounded offensive in anyway, being offensive was not my intention. I just wanted to make people aware. Thanks if you read this far, I guess. Have a great rest of your life!

  • Fidel Magdaleno
    Fidel Magdaleno 6 days ago +2

    Jafar was creepy in the original? No. He's was a great villain, because he wasn't a creep to begin with.
    In the original, Iago and Jafar planned to marry Jasmine and make a accidental incident to kill her and he'll remain in power as Sultan. Even after he became Sultan he still didn't love Jasmine.
    Jafar just wanted her to submit to his rule as Sultan, but she continued to rebel. He was going to beat make her to submit to him. He WAS going to do that, but came up with a more darker plan to make her obey. That is to have the Genie grant Jafar's wish to have Jasmine fall in love with him so she no longer rebel against him.
    He doesn't care if she falls in loves him; he just wants her to submit to his rule as Sultan. That's what makes him a great villain. He has no love in him that he'll use love as a tool to get what he wants!

    • Fidel Magdaleno
      Fidel Magdaleno 6 days ago

      Also does anyone misses the old Cave of Wonders?
      How it emerged from the sands after Jafar and his hired thief trying keep up with the magical beetle to follow its trail to find the Cave of Wonders? How the weather changed dramatically to give off an intimidating and magical feeling? (Inhale) Hearing Jafar saying how he kept searching the Cave of Wonders that seemed to be just a myth, but found it was real along and left us in questions about the Cave of Wonders existence? (Inhale) Seeing how the head moved and looked at you when it didn't really have eyes, but still felt it staring at you? (Inhale) Still also see and hear the head is still moving and breathing? Right when the thief felt safe taking a step inside the head you immediately was scared by the roar of the Tiger; seeing its jaws opened wide and chomped down before the thief can escape dragging itself and thief with the treasures of the Cave of Wonders? (………………..Inhale...…………….) Later seeing how Jafar tricks Aladdin to get the Lamp and tries to kill him to make sure there's no loose ends?

      I really miss that.....
      How does one find the New Cave of Wonders?
      Just look for a mountain in the middle of nowhere and see if there's a cave on the side of the mountain there with a shape of tiger's head...….yup...….

  • Latoya Webb
    Latoya Webb 6 days ago

    They should have just kept it original. It is what made us who we are today, why sugarcoat things? The original was far greater than the makeover. Although I really enjoyed the movie!

  • Madison Farr
    Madison Farr 6 days ago

    I quote Peter Griffin "OMG, Who the hell cares?" if someone gets "offended". It's a cartoon for crying out loud. And kids need to learn the penalty for stealing (That was a little joke). Stop making the world out to be a nice place! The real world is barbaric!

  • Banana kid
    Banana kid 7 days ago

    the change in lyrics in both arabian nights and prince ali were needed; needed so nobody would be offended, therefore, disney gets more revenue in the box office.

  • budsmoke bunny
    budsmoke bunny 8 days ago

    How many remakes can they make?

  • Batmanisawesomesoami

    I ❤️ the Animated movie way more than the live action one because for me the live action one was meh. Also Disney WTF stop with the live action adaptation already and make some new animated movies.

  • Larry Einstein
    Larry Einstein 8 days ago

    what's really nice is ... the Disney Pedophile Mafia Producers are having a ssssssssssuper bad year :) "never mess with children." ~God

  • Jose Lopez
    Jose Lopez 8 days ago

    Everything would have been cool. Now Lion King on point. Shoot make Aladdin on point as well. Oh well Disney movies lame now. Due to. No real artist. With talent. Illustration. Be real. Please dont make Robin Hold or top notch Fox and the hound! Id be 😠

  • Chanel Wilton
    Chanel Wilton 8 days ago +2

    The Jasmine singing constantly was WAY too much. Cool. Girl power. I get it, but way too much

  • Victoria Falzo
    Victoria Falzo 8 days ago

    Jasmine was in a "harem outfit" the entire original movie
    Also, it makes more sense for Jafar's first goal to be marrying Jasmine because it's an easy way to get what he wants (power through ruling) and make it less "evil" to the people (if he's the princess' new husband, then obviously he's the new sultan. If he just TAKES the power, then they're less likely to go with it)
    And a super old dude marrying a 15 year old is (I think) still common in Middle Eastern cultures, and it was even more common back in the day this movie would have taken place. AND it's not the creepiest thing in Disney (Think Frollo in Hunchback)

  • Pakou Clark
    Pakou Clark 9 days ago

    People are easily offended and sensitive now a days

  • MrAnthonyIII
    MrAnthonyIII 9 days ago

    I don't get Jasmine's character change. Not only is it inaccurate for the time and place, but the film is supposed to be about "Aladdin". Pretty much every other Disney movie focuses, often exclusively, on the female characters. Is it so difficult for them to have one film where the focus is on a male character?

  • Nour Hamdan
    Nour Hamdan 9 days ago +1


  • the cheese of truth
    the cheese of truth 9 days ago

    Look I think it's just extremely difficult to please everyone. Of course the cartoon version was political more accurate to that time and still is, but disney isn't something only for kids or only for adults. It's for both and some here seem to forget that. I personally think awareness is important but if I had a young daughter I wouldn't want her to be confronted with those issues at such a young age. Again, that's an opinion but I think Disney just considered that. I also think it was less risky to cover things up and get criticism for it than make it just like the original and get criticism for being "irresponsible". I hope you understood what I mean

  • Franky Flowers
    Franky Flowers 9 days ago

    the cartoon Aladdin didn't have slaves or any of the things he was singing about. it was a lie to get some tail.

  • MrVinniy
    MrVinniy 9 days ago

    Jaffar of the animation is far better than the 2019 Aladdin

  • Patrick Woods
    Patrick Woods 9 days ago

    I love the movie. Both versions are dope but I see why they changed some things in the live version.

  • I'm Her
    I'm Her 9 days ago +1

    In short, Disney is just playing safe because even if they try to explain some scenes that raise eyebrows from sensitive viewers, others will still not believe it and say what they want to say.

  • I'm Her
    I'm Her 9 days ago

    I don't think that the original alladin movie is being racist nor sexist in any way. They are portraying or showing such actions because it has the purpose to make the viewers see the discrimination and the violence people do and don't even realize it.

  • Cody Wallace
    Cody Wallace 9 days ago +1

    From what I've just seen ... the remake sucked ... the original is STILL better. #Aladdin #NotJasmine

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  • R E : F L E C T I O N
    R E : F L E C T I O N 10 days ago +1

    Yikes. The movie became so annoying.

  • Tiane Reid
    Tiane Reid 10 days ago

    I've always preferred stories where the villain isn't obvious. No black hat or red-eyed horse; maybe even deceptively sweet, like Saruman.

  • Sana G
    Sana G 10 days ago +1

    So basically this video is about how Disney used to be ignorant and offensive (facts all wrong, proving they did not bother to do a brief research regarding the middle east culture ) to a more stupid and racist version of themselves...Oh boy and they think they are doing good and improving...HOW SAD...

  • Spicy Noodz
    Spicy Noodz 10 days ago

    They did Jafar dirty.

  • Taylor Penpek
    Taylor Penpek 10 days ago +1

    I think all the changes were perfectly appropriate. Some of them were especially needed. Speaking as a girl who’s part Middle Eastern, I’m very happy that they were able to portray the people much more positively than the original had. Jasmine was also given a lot more in terms of power and character, and it made me feel better.
    Also, the “harem girls” were pretty inaccurate in the original. A harem is actually another name for the sultan’s/man’s family. This includes the servants, concubines and children. And no, they didn’t dress scantily clad or anything. They were just regular wives.

  • Richard Callahan
    Richard Callahan 10 days ago

    They should have just made a different movie same cast new names in different songs

  • Richard Callahan
    Richard Callahan 10 days ago

    I like the original better

  • High Apple Pie In The Sky

    This whole video was a headache because they're so worried about offending people its ridiculous. Jasmine and aladdin were NOT drawn to look white!

  • High Apple Pie In The Sky

    They DO cut off peoples hands in the middle east! Its not negative portrayl, its telling the truth. And i am so sick of hearing about how they dont want to offend anybody! The animated version was fucking accurate! Period

  • Naomi Williams
    Naomi Williams 10 days ago

    I thought the whole point of Aladdin was a Disney princess movie that appealed to boys as well. I felt it lost that in the new version when they shifted the focus more to Jasmine.

  • Kayla Wilson
    Kayla Wilson 11 days ago +2

    I’m still mad Jafar didn’t call Prince Ali prince Abubu🥺😂

  • Pandarama -
    Pandarama - 11 days ago +1

    The "harem girls" are dressed exactly like Jasmine😂😂
    And even as a little kid i remember being a little uncomfortable with the whole Jasmine trying to seduce Jafar scene. I remember thinking something like, "This.....kinda seems like those movies im not allowed to watch" 😂😂😂

  • Clairissa DiGiovanni
    Clairissa DiGiovanni 11 days ago +2

    None of those changes were needed even the ones on the darker side portray historical accuracies. I find forcing Aladdin to actually be jasmine's story offensive.

  • Valeria Beauty
    Valeria Beauty 11 days ago

    He did an ok job okay job

  • Bri A
    Bri A 11 days ago

    Funny thing, I didnt think Jafar in the cartoon version was ugly. So choosing if the bad guy should be ugly or not is up to the story. I usually never think the bad guy is ugly until the person who presents the story does.

  • Salina Libohovana
    Salina Libohovana 11 days ago

    The animated movie showed how the Middle East used to be. My mom named me after jasmine because she wanted me to be Curios about the world and explore it. The genie is actually in Arabic mythology but Islam tried to make it as something bad. Jasmine and Aladdin looked persian while the rest looked Arabic. So i don’t think they look white I just think they looked more persian then Arabic. To be honest the animated version was better.

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    Sofia Brotton 11 days ago


  • Constantine
    Constantine 11 days ago

    Ohhh. They remove words as barbaric, slaves,etc and now the world is so much better. :)

  • Sally Nightmare
    Sally Nightmare 11 days ago

    The role and character development was greatly changed for Jasmine that I am satisfied with. Will Smith did a FANTASTIC job as Genie. Sure Jafar wasn't creepy or as evil as the original Jafar was, but he was indeed much more toned down on what actually needed to be targeted for his character. Now, I completely agree that the hand getting chopped off definitely needed to be removed from the new film as well as part of the lyrics in, "Prince Ali" when Aladdin walks through Agrabah as a prince. I was super happy with how Jasmine was WAY more involved in the new film also having a best friend interaction unlike the original film. Now, I was originally a bit upset about curtain parts in the new film, but after watching this it just made much more sense of why they changed a lot of things for this new film. I didn't realize a few things that were actually offensive in the original film and I am actually leaning to like the new film because of this information. I still prefer the old Jafar, but the new Jafar a great adjustment also I LOVE how they didn't do the outfits in the original film because I know that the people in Arabic and other cities would NEVER where those types of fashion statements. I was also pleased that the new film didn't have the "subduction" scene like the original film did because that would have changed the perspective completely in a live action movie unlike the animated film. However, I kind of wished they added, "Prince Ali (reprise)" in the new film when Jafar was revealing to Jasmine who Prince Ali really was. Now, during this scene, in the original film, carpet got turned into a pile of yarn, Rajah got turned into a kitten, Abu got turned into a toy monkey, Jasmine's father was a puppet that Iogo forced to eat crackers, and Jafar turned into a giant cobra before he wished to become the most powerful genie. In the new film none of that happened which I completely understand why they cut all of this out. For one thing, it would be terrifying for children to see an enormous cobra on the screen in a live action movie plus that would rely too much on computer graphics. Plus, Iogo never had a cracker in this new film so there was no need to put that part in. Also, for me carpet being ripped was more emotional for me than carpet being a pile of yarn, as well as he never attempted to grab the lamp when it had the chance. Instead, it basically asked Genie to be transported to where Aladdin was. Now, as for Abu to be turned into a toy monkey, I think was necessary to be cut out because Abu didn't do anything not even try to grab the lamp unlike the original movie. So, there was no point in adding that in the new film. As for Rajah, he didn't try to attack Jafar unlike he did when the guards tried to take Jasmine away. So, if Rajah DID attack Jafar then MAYBE they could have added that part in, but seeing how that didn't happen it was okay that they left those out. When I heard Jasmine sing, "Speechless" I thought that song was incredibly empowering and such a strong song that I loved how there was SO much meaning behind those lyrics. That song was my absolute number two favorite, my first favorite will always be, "A Whole New World".

  • Gacha Watermelon
    Gacha Watermelon 12 days ago +4

    Disney Princesses:La La La La
    Jasmine:*Sings with emotion* Here comes a wavements to wash me away
    Disney Princesses:OUR SPOTLIGHT!!:(

  • Jocelyn Rosa
    Jocelyn Rosa 12 days ago

    Fuck you Disney! Y’all fucked up a classic. 🖕🖕🖕

  • Grell sutcliff
    Grell sutcliff 12 days ago

    Jafar ❤️❤️❤️

  • IAmTheKillerr
    IAmTheKillerr 12 days ago

    Every time you have pronounced "harem" in any of your videos it makes me roll my eyes hard enough to close the video
    "Ha-ram" is a female Korean name
    "Haer-em" is how Harem is pronounced

  • TheSims Lover
    TheSims Lover 12 days ago

    Some remakes are amazing while others aren’t s that good! The reason why some remakes are good is because they keep 80% of the original movie in the remake. Yes changes are good but the movie has point and shows how times we’re back then. Idk I didn’t watch Aladdin. Not my fav Disney movie so who cares!

  • TardisCoreST
    TardisCoreST 12 days ago

    I like how they covered up many things that got neglected in the original (for example, why Jasmine was locked up in the castle). But I actually really didn't like that whole "become the Sultan" thing. In the original, Jasmine didn't lack goals. Her goal was to get the right to build her own life, her own way, to be free of stupid restrictions that dictate her whole life. Not only the right to marry whomever she wants, just the right do decide everything by herself, including not marrying at all. And that was beautiful and meaningful. At least for me. Not many kids can relate to the new movie Jasmine as easily.
    Also, I never thought original Jafar was ugly. For me, he was scary, dangerous, but somehow attractive, in his own way. And personally, I LOVED the way he looked, that tall, thin figure that towers over every other character, especially Aladdin himself, which made their struggle even more scary and impossible. He always looked stronger than Al, smarter, and more dangerous, with or without Ginny or magical powers. The movie Jafar... well, he just doesn't seem to play right. I like that they made him a thief, even better thief than Al. But that's probably it.
    But the movie is good nonetheless.

  • HeoDrawz - The Assorted Tuber

    The prince Ali song was changed to be better.

    “Heard your princess was HOT, where is she?”

  • bleachmist
    bleachmist 12 days ago

    WOW! Thanks for this video. My only complaint would be that...they really deviated from the original culture in that..the girl can become the sultan. I mean..is it THAT big of a deal? I get all for respecting woman and equity but yea.. too much of the West's "You can do anything you want" thinking now. Just let it be man. It's the way things are in different places. ACCEPT IT

  • raukoring
    raukoring 12 days ago +2

    I hope this age of snowflakes won't last long cuz if yes it will drag us to another dark ages

  • Midgard Astel
    Midgard Astel 12 days ago +2

    New Jafar is barely a villain, he seemed like such an underhanded coward and weak villain.
    They miss the point that in order to be evil.... You need to be evil =_=.
    Also nothing was epic in the movie, the cave was just a single room, no magic battle against an evil genie, oh and everything became hip hop.

  • LoveYourEnemyMat544
    LoveYourEnemyMat544 12 days ago

    I thought Jasmine's goal in the original movie was to marry for love and be free-- no more palace walls or politics, just being able to explore the world without the burden of an arranged marriage and not being forcefully isolated from the outside world because she is a princess.

  • Michael Tudyk
    Michael Tudyk 12 days ago

    They were doing a live action version of the original so it should have been all 100% exactly the same scene by scene, frame by frame.

  • Scorpion Kitty
    Scorpion Kitty 12 days ago

    So pretty much, Disney realized people are overly sensitive and changed shit to make them happy? Without even watch, I guarantee the older one is better and glad I didnt waste my money to watch this in theaters. I prefer kid movies that can be a little adult so I can enjoy them when I'm older too, or like now, so I'm not going crazy with how stupid they are. Idk maybe it's just me.

  • Denise Drew
    Denise Drew 12 days ago

    the best song ever in Disney movies is Lion King soundtrack

  • Carolyn Pitts
    Carolyn Pitts 12 days ago

    Why did they need to be fixed they were fine we liked it if it's not broke don't fix it

  • Tsrif Tsal
    Tsrif Tsal 13 days ago +1

    That was a 10 minute video that basically said, "They made a movie that was more unrealistic than the cartoon -- and practically impossible in the real world."

  • Grace Parel
    Grace Parel 13 days ago

    wait...if this story was set in the middle east, why is Jasmine's hair not wrapped up, and why she wasn't covered more? Especially since she is royalty......hmmmm....

  • Moaz Halabi
    Moaz Halabi 13 days ago +1

    S P E A K F A S T E R!

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    CherBear joy 13 days ago


  • Eunice Zhu
    Eunice Zhu 13 days ago

    The remake makes me feel like they should have changed the film title from "Aladin" to "Jasmine" ... after all the new version is mostly about Jasmine's story not Aladin's

    • Helena Overton
      Helena Overton 8 days ago

      See I get what your coming from but it’s Disney’s take on the story yes is mint not be exact but they never said that they were factually correct they just trying to share a story

    • Eunice Zhu
      Eunice Zhu 8 days ago

      ​@Helena Overton That's wrong and stupid. Aladdin is not a Disney original story nor a modern-day story. It's a misrepresentation of what it was like in the past. If they want gender equality so badly why don't they change the time setting and the names of the characters and make it a new story instead?

    • Helena Overton
      Helena Overton 9 days ago

      Eunice Zhu Aladdin* GENDER EQUALITY not only that but this counts as a Disney princess story so they need to do the actual princess some respect and representation

  • Michelle Belle
    Michelle Belle 13 days ago

    I know it’s Disney, but I was extremely disappointed that they cut out the scene of Jasmine enslaved as a prisoner because she does use her power to manipulate him and act as if she’s fallen under his trance. It creates conflict between Aladdin and Jasmine, plus her red outfit was iconic. I liked the metaphor suggesting the loss of her blue innocence when being overtaken by Jafar’s ego and control, and his lust for power.

  • Michelle Belle
    Michelle Belle 13 days ago +1

    Keeping the “off with her hand” would have been really intense and dramatic go see in the movie

  • Brandi Gabriel
    Brandi Gabriel 13 days ago +4

    I was just disappointed that Jafar didn't sing the reprise of Prince Ali.

  • fhaid713
    fhaid713 13 days ago

    This video was completely useless

  • Audray LiAr
    Audray LiAr 13 days ago

    I was so surprised by this movie because so far I didn't like any of the live action versions of the Disney classics but Aladdin was actually good. Especially a friend like me was a nice surprise because I was 110% sure it would be awful but they managed to make it actually great! But what I really missed was first: the Prince Ali Reprise sung by Jafar (which is my favorite scene from the original movie), second: the character of Iago who really barely had any appearance in the live action movie and only repeated stuff, his sassy attitude vanished completely, third: all in all the humor. I see why it's a little more serious, but what I always loved so much about Aladdin was it's humor and it's references to the pop culture. In the beginning when Genie appears first there is some trying to bring at least a little bit of that humor into it but as the movie progresses it's gone completely and I really missed it... (What else I missed was Jasmine's red outfit and her acting but it's okay because it fits better in this version which really is less creepy and... Probably better this way Oo xD)

    • Audray LiAr
      Audray LiAr 13 days ago

      Oh and something else I missed was Jafar turning into a snake, the hourglass Jasmine was trapped in and the sultan's personality, but again, I see the reasons why those things didn't appear 🤷

  • na ika
    na ika 13 days ago

    Beck from victorious should have played Aladdin😌

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    Abradolf Lincler 13 days ago


  • Melissa Reddick
    Melissa Reddick 13 days ago +2

    I thought the “Harem girls” were just sisters. They’re basically wearing the same thing as Jasmine except for veils

  • Jp M
    Jp M 13 days ago

    The only two complaints that I have is the fact that they didn't make Jafar turn into a giant snake and that Iago didn't get many lines. But other than that I liked the movie.

  • Alex Geoffroy
    Alex Geoffroy 13 days ago +1

    People irritate me. Like the cut off your hands thing THATS WHAT THEY DID BACK THEN THE TRUTH CANT BE RACIST.

    • Helena Overton
      Helena Overton 9 days ago

      Alex Geoffroy see but it can you sound dumb white people enslaved black people and treated them as less than THATS THE TRUTH and is it RACIST hell yeah “the truth can’t be racist” oh but it can so find a new way to phrase that or don’t comment (I get your overall point I’m just trying to help you out and tell you to fix the way you say things or sound stupid it doesn’t effect me)

  • Sora Chan
    Sora Chan 13 days ago

    Well as an arabian fan i can tell u that alddin is so famous epically the old vision , That why i find these changes r so good and necessary espically in some charaters because back in the 90's their was a typically charaters arab design like (They talk bad english ,Rude ,Barbaric..etc) Unlike the new because most of the actors are arab or orignally arab , And the part with jafar and jasmin is little +18 and racist tbh, This is the most needned change fot me
    And thank you for the great vid!

    • Sora Chan
      Sora Chan 13 days ago

      WickedBinge 🙏🏼❤️❤️❤️

    • WickedBinge
      WickedBinge  13 days ago

      Thanks for watching!

  • annastayziaa
    annastayziaa 13 days ago

    Omg I started tearing up when I found out through this video that she gets to be sultan 🥺😭❤️

  • Freddie Dalla Macedo
    Freddie Dalla Macedo 13 days ago

    They changed the story so much. No need to change so many things like they did... it was so bad. The original version was so much better and this live action was totally unnecessary...

  • Freddie Dalla Macedo
    Freddie Dalla Macedo 13 days ago

    The new shitty Jaffar loser we got it’s so boring. He was such a weak character in this movie. Didn’t had this ‘’ I am a villain ‘’ vibe. He sucked ass and just looked like a very sore loser.

  • Shāla A
    Shāla A 13 days ago

    Am I the only one who didn’t like Jasmines song? It wasn’t... bad, but it definitely seemed out of place with the rest of the soundtrack. I like the idea of Jasmine having her own song but it was poorly executed.

    • Shāla A
      Shāla A 13 days ago

      WickedBinge I agree. The song reminded me of something that Gabriella from high school musical would sing. I wanted to like it because like I said it’s cool that Jasmine has a song but it just wasn’t working for me.

    • WickedBinge
      WickedBinge  13 days ago +1

      The actress had a killer voice, but I agree, the song seemed like it didn't fit from a story/narrative standpoint AT ALL. Could have been done better.

  • Malak Hamed
    Malak Hamed 13 days ago +1

    I just plainly hate the movie cuz everyone and everything LOOKS INDIAN BY THE WAY I THOUGHT THEY WERE SHOWING BITS OF INDIAN MOVIES JUST WATCHING THIS, they could've made them LOOK like those turkish movie characters or at least look up some stuff people wore back then or whatever...

  • Isaiah Adams
    Isaiah Adams 13 days ago

    With everything I just learned in this video. I'm satisfied with all the changes disney made to Aladdin.

  • Samantha Abeyta
    Samantha Abeyta 13 days ago

    I always thought the harem girls were sisters and the lady with the broom was their mom. Lol!!

  • HorseGirlb
    HorseGirlb 14 days ago

    Obviously celebrating a hero who owns slaves was a good omission, but I still wonder if it would have been okay to represent it as a bad thing by the villain. Maybe you could eliminate the sexist message by making Aladdin (or some other male) into the slave - heck, even if he was still a sex slave it could arguably be a progressive message with the sexes reversed.
    That being said, it's still obvious that slavery is bad because the whole plot leads up to the hero gifting the Genie his freedom. And because it's slavery.

  • Anza Niazi
    Anza Niazi 14 days ago

    My only problem with the old movie was that the dresses of jasmine .. they were hideous... in the new one her dresses are beautiful

  • Amber Ferry-Parker
    Amber Ferry-Parker 14 days ago +1

    The remake also cut out Prince Ali reprise

  • Duha Abdelkarim
    Duha Abdelkarim 14 days ago +1

    I’m Muslim from Arabia so like this doesn’t make any sense 🤔🙃🤨

  • Alisturk MacNanty
    Alisturk MacNanty 14 days ago

    I think BOTH versions are wonderful. You have to take each for what they are...I expected to walk into the live version remake of Aladin hating it (as I expected to with "Dumbo"), but walked out, as I did with Dumbo, (and the not Disney musical "Hairspray") loving BOTH. People should NOT make comparisons, but take the films on their own...the original as sort of a time capsule of its original release date. I do think all the "sensitivity" over the original version a bit stupid, but thought the dummying down of stereotypes, and beefing up of hero's villains and powerful & fun ladies delightful in the new version. Kudos to Will Smith, the new Jaffar and the stong and wonderful new Jasmine....but they wouldn't be who they are today were it not for the original characters.

  • Ka 'Mikoe
    Ka 'Mikoe 14 days ago

    Smh they should’ve had a Jamal or and Alu in the production office.

  • DaRealSavy
    DaRealSavy 14 days ago +1

    When I saw that they were making a live action, I was interested. Then Will Smith showed up and I was like *hell no.* Look, No one will live up to Robin Williams, especially not *Will Smith.*

  • Desiree Anne
    Desiree Anne 14 days ago

    All of these changes were unnecessary